After research I thought the product suited my purpose and budget. It does.
20 September 2012
Summary: Reason of Purchase Experience Note Taking. As a math teacher, preparing tutorials, annotating documents, projecting ready made notes in class, correcting or modifying instantly any document is very helpful. The school for which I work current does not have interactive board technology. Thus the tablet helps me to be more effective in work. The tablet in addition has all the functionality of a desktop. Arranging and editing research work is easier.
Basically a Self-contained Wacom Cintinq for a small fraction of the cost
7 April 2012
Summary: It's an excellent piece of hardware, it's small and light and easily upgradable. While I've seen alot of these advertised as TOUCH screens they aren't really. They use a pen based digitizer interface which if you're buying one for to do art is much better than a touch screen anyway.
Motion Computing LS800 With 2GB Ram and Windows 7!
23 December 2010
Summary: I researched and played with the new tablets from the ipad, Viewsonic G-Pad, Galaxy and others. I thought about buying but nothing really excited me. Then, I somehow found a video on u-tube about Motion Computing's LS800 being refitted with 2 GB Ram and Windows 7. According to all reports, it just flat worked! So, I looked on ebay and bought one refitted exactly like I wanted. Wow! Let me say that again: Wow! The little baby blows every other tablet out of the water!
Summary: Perfect size for me to carry with my breathing equipment. It is a combination ebook reader, game machine, word processing device, gps and depth finder. I can even load up fish data to identify the catch. Good battery life gives you freedom from the grid. Now if I can just finish my novel...
Summary: This tablet PC is a great value . It has options that net-books and other tablets don't have. It's a sleeper just a few changes [Windows 7] and wow! I use it to sketch and some 3d work on the go. I don't know Why they stopped making it . I may get another one for backup . Hope this helps. Why finger paint on a tablet when you can draw......
Summary: This computer, at an extremely economical price compared to other tablets, provides the computer platform that other Tablets provide inclusive of the tools requisite for work efficiency, communications (Wi-Fi), and entertainment. Of course, at the same time, this tablet provides for the further education of the owner with regard to the many additional computer tools that the same provides over standard lap tops.
Summary: These are excellent tablets. They have great wifi connnectivity and are very responsive. these tablets are compatable with win 7, win xp tablet (best in my opinion), linux ubuntu, and more. But the best part of it all is that you can get one for about $200. Oh, and did i mention that they are fast and easy to upgrade.
Summary: It's exactly what I could expect for the price ($270). A little slow but it works well enough for the Sketchbook Pro that I downloaded for it. The touchscreen is good to. It sometimes doesn't work well around the edges of the screen, you just have to click a little harder. But it's pretty good for drawing and sketching, that's the only reason I got it:) Does heat up, I do plan on getting a cooling pad so I can put it on my lap.
Summary: So far, really impressed with this stand: it's solidly built, mounts solidly to the desk. Extremely good flexibility of the arms to set the desired angle and position. It has the height necessary for proper viewing angle of newer larger monitors, with a smaller desktop foot-print compared to mounts/stands that sit *on* the desk. Also opens a startling amount of desktop space by putting the monitors at the correct height.